TelSoc news items

ACCC agrees NBN speeds may be misleading
In response to a question from Stephen Conroy, the head of the ACCC Rod Sims has said in a Senate committee hearing that NBN Co’s advertised speeds may be misleading.

SingTel presentations reveal Optus plans
Slides from SingTel’s analyst briefing tell us a lot about the company’s plans.

Optus revamps mobile plans
Customer numbers have stalled, so Optus has released a major overhaul of its mobile plans in an attempt to differentiate itself.

Telstra also introduces data sharing

Morrow off the hook on PG&E questions
The Government has assured that the Senate NBN Committee has been unsuccessful in its pursuit of NBN Co CEO Bill Morrow about his time at US utility Pacific Gas & Electric.

iiNet to build Canberra’s free WiFi network 
iiNet has secured an ACT Government contract to build a free WiFi network to provide wireless coverage across 12 business districts in Canberra.

COVER STORY – The spectrum review
•    Turnbull announces spectrum review details
•    Spectrum Review Terms of Reference
•    … AMTA welcomes spectrum review

Apple finally admits to iMessage bug

Telstra invests in Matrixx Software
Telstra Ventures has made another significant international investment, leading a funding round for Silicon Valley based digital services company Matrixx Software.

Google finally announces Chromecast in Australia – why the wait?
Video streaming in Australia just took a major leap forward with the belated announcement of Google’s Chromecast in Australia.

Quickflix quick off the mark with Chromecast


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